|Full name||Qusay Muneer Abboodi Al-Hussein|
|Date of birth||12 April 1981|
|Place of birth||AL-Basrah, Iraq|
|Height||1.69 m (5 ft 6 1⁄2 in)|
|Playing position||Defensive midfielder, Central midfielder|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).
Qusay Muneer Abboodi Al-Hussein (Arabic: قصي منير عبودي الحسين, born 12 April 1981 in Iraq) is an Iraqi footballer who is a midfielder for Al-Shorta in Iraqi Premier League and the Iraq national football team. Munir, the defensive midfielder of the Iraqi national team, is most noted for playing a big role in addition to playing every single minute in Iraq's successful 2004 Olympic campaign, and was part of the 2007 Asian Cup victory.
Qusay Muneer has been one of the revelations after the war, the former attacker turned midfield enforcer had been on the fringes of the Olympic team before the war until Adnan Hamad gave him a chance and handed the 22-year-old player his debut against Syria, Qusay replied with a goal in a convincing 3–1 victory, and has since earned himself a regular place in midfield despite getting himself sent-off only few minutes after scoring the equaliser against Fajr-Sepasi at the 2003 Emir Abdullah Al-Faisal in Abha, Saudi Arabia. Qusay later scored the all-important fourth goal in the 4–1 win over North Korea in Amman; which gave Iraq a place in the last round of the Olympic qualifiers. Shortly after his goal; Qusay was handed his first international call-up by Bernd Stange and took part in Iraq's tour of Australia in Perth and Albany, and came on as a substitute in the first 20 minutes after an injury to Haitham Khadim. Before his inclusion in the Olympic team, Qusay had been playing as a centre forward for Al-Sinaa, in the Iraqi first division and netted six times and two in the Iraqi cup during the 2002/2003 season before the league was suspended due to the outbreak of war in March 2003, he moved to the Air Force Club (Al-Quwa Al-Jawiya) at the end of the war and has turned out some impressive performances in the Iraqi league and the AFC Champions League.  Qusay played a short term in Saudi Arabia for Al-Hazem then went to Qatar for Al-Khor before he fet a serious injury in 2006 cost him 1 year of his professional career, he recovered in 2007 and signed for Arbil FC and in the same year he won the Iraqi League, Qusay called for the 2007 Asian Cup campaign and was part of the Asian Cup champions squad, after the Asian Cup Qusay signed for 1 year contract with the emeriti Club Al-Sharjah. in 2008 he signed for Qatar Sports Club after 1 year in UAE. He now plays for the current champions of Iraq, Al-Shorta.
- Scores and results list Iraq's goal tally first.
|1.||22 July 2004||Sichuan Stadium, Chengdu||Turkmenistan||3–2||3–2||2004 Asian Cup|
|2.||13 October 2004||Amman Stadium, Amman||Uzbekistan||1–2||1–2||2006 FIFA World Cup qual.|
|3.||16 November 2004||Al-Gharafa Stadium, Doha||Palestine||1–0||4–1||2006 FIFA World Cup qual.|
|4.||16 November 2004||Al-Gharafa Stadium, Doha||Palestine||2–0||4–1||2006 FIFA World Cup qual.|
|5.||16 December 2004||Al-Rayyan Stadium, Doha||United Arab Emirates||1–1||1–1||2004 Gulf Cup of Nations|
|6.||15 November 2011||Amman Stadium, Amman||Jordan||2–1||3–1||2014 FIFA World Cup qual.|
- 4th place in 2004 Athens Olympics
- 2005 West Asian Games Gold medallist.
- 2007 Asian Cup winner
- 2012 Arab Nations Cup Bronze medallist
- 2009 Qatar Crown Prince Cup Champion with Qatar SC
- 2013–14 Iraqi Premier League Champion with Al-Shorta
- Named Iraqi Footballer of the Year in 2004.
|Iraqi player of the Year
Hawar M. Mohammed